https://pattayaone.news/en/briton-falls ... aya-condo/Briton falls to death from Pattaya condo
May 2, 2018
CHON BURI: A British man fell to his death from his room on the 18th floor of a Pattaya condominium building in the early hours of Wednesday.
The body of the 68-year-old, whose name was withheld pending notification of relatives, was lying on the mezzanine on the 5th floor of Lumpini Ville Naklua in Bang Lamung district when police arrived at the scene after being alerted about 1am on Wednesday.
Naritha Daosri, 49, the man’s Thai lover, was crying beside the body. She told police that she went out that evening to rent a vehicle to take him to a court to divorce his wife. When she returned to the room on the 18th floor he was not there, and she became worried. Over the last few days she had noticed he often looked down at the ground from the balcony.
She immediately checked the balcony, and saw him lying below.
https://pattayaone.news/en/52-year-old- ... o-balcony/52 Year-old Danish Man Falls to His Death From Pattaya Condo Balcony
May 2, 2018
PATTAYA -A 52 year-old Danish man has fallen to his death from a condominium in the resort town Pattaya on Friday morning.
The body of the 52-year-old Dane, whose name was withheld pending notification of relatives, was found lying in a pool of blood in a car park under construction in the compound of the 44-storey condominium on Pattaya Sai 2 Road in central Pattaya. Police and rescue workers arrived at the scene after being reported at 8am.
The man, who had stayed in a room on the 34th storey, suffered a broken leg and multiple fractures. Police inspecting the room found a note saying he no longer wanted to live.
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https://pattayaone.news/en/finnish-man- ... aya-hotel/Finnish man falls from Pattaya hotel
April 11, 2018
A young Finnish man was seriously hurt after falling from the fourth floor of a small hotel in the beach city of Pattaya on Wednesday afternoon.
The man, later identified as Hautamaki Mikko Veu Samuel, 33, was found lying on the ground with head injuries and multiple bruises next to Arya Inn Pattaya on Soi Honey in Pattaya Klang.
Police and rescue workers went to the scene after being alerted at 3pm on Wednesday. They administered first aid and then rushed him to a nearby hospital. The hotel, comprising five four-storey buildings built in a row, housed a beer bar on the ground floor and bedrooms on the floors above.
A beer bar staffer told police that the Finnish national checked into a room on the fourth floor on Wednesday morning and showed no signs of acting strangely. Shortly afterward, she heard a loud bang and initially thought an air-conditioning system might have exploded. Investigating, she found the injured tourist lying in the narrow gap between two of the buildings.